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Corporate Head.
20th c American Realist Sculpture

20th c
Los Angeles. California. U.S.A.
The pressure of corporate America is reflected in this work showing a business man with his head buried in the Citicorp Building. It is said that employees often touch this piece for good luck as they pass by. Phillip Levine wrote,'They said to get ahead I had to lose my head. They said be concrete & I became concrete. They said go, my son, multiply, divide, conquer. I did my best.'

Caption: ALLEN Terry | Corporate Head. | 1991 | American | Realist

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